The owners of Scout’s Barbershop have landed a permit for the finish-out of the service business’ future Sylvan Park space, according to a Metro Codes Department document.
The building from which Scout’s will operate is located at 134 46th Ave. N and is part of Priam Ventures' redevelopment project (read more here). Etch chef/co-owner Deb Paquette and her business partners Doug Hogrefe and Paul Schramkowski are opening neighborhood restaurant Truss next door.
Scout’s, which opened its first area shop in East Nashville, will take 1,200 square feet of space in the building.
Powell Construction Studio (an affiliate of Powell Design Studio, the architect for the project) is handling the work, with the permit valued at $57,600.
On-site work has begun on Butchertown Hall, the German-inspired beer garden to be located in Germantown.
Powell Construction Studio will handle general contracting efforts via a $725,000 permit. The work will include renovations to an existing building and the construction of an addition.
Butchertown Hall (the name is derived from Germantown’s history as a district with many butcher shops) will be located at 1416 Fourth Ave. N. near Morgan Park and east of Lofts. It is a joint venture between local bar owner Terry Raley (Holland House and The Pharmacy), who created Amaranth Hospitality Group for the effort, and Woodland Street Partners.